Monthly Archives: July 2018


by Brenna Trollinger   “I have largely underestimated the brevity and depth of this experience… what if this isn’t worth it?”   This was the first line of my bridge year journal, written by a version of myself who was scared, uncertain and had no idea what this bridge year […]

Finding Community


by Chastidy Vasconez During the holidays, I longed to be back home in Los Angeles. I missed my friends and family, and the thought of flying home filled me with a surge of excitement. I still feel that excitement, but the sentiment is now mixed with feelings of sadness, too. […]

Familia